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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 1V14 THE L1THBRIDGE DAILY PAGE FITE Cimftrl kcomu of a If Craft'' When Lovely Wooua Dons Her Corsets her figure. ibj lovely .woman dons Write us and we will send you a daintUy illustrated booklet new designs. CORSET CO. Limited 78 York St., TORONTO _ WOMAN SUFFRAGE ARMY INVADES CAPITAL--BUTTONHOLE STATESMEN Washington, May 8 burners fljing, ten baads playing and tbe women singing a marching song, tev- ciiirt-Houiud sultragettes from vari- ous sections o! 'the country today paiaded along Pennsylvania avenue from Lafayette'Square to the capital. There, 531 representing ev- ery state in the Union, and assigned one to each Senator and-Representa- tive, pre'sented to the 'niehilters of Congress petitions :aslcing the pass- age of- the- Bristow-Mondell resolu- tion calling, for a federal enfranchising wo- men. .Immense-crowds proces- along the route. When capi- tal the the plaza before the east front, where they played the "March of the Women" composed by Dr. Ethel Smyth, o' fV.gland, accom- panying a chorus of. women. MAP SII'OWING AVENUES OF.INYASION BY LAND AM) SKA The military occupation of Mexico will tremendous undertaking. It will call for Uio full naval power of the United Status and half a million men.' The (how Uio.routes tnat are upon for tho invasion, botli'by lain! (uul by Uio Unittd Stated anil' THIRD READING GIVEN TO STOP FOR THE WEST DR-WARNQCiTPROTESTS Ottawa, May 0. Proceeding in Commons yesterday were in notice- able contrast to the animated discus- sion which marked the consideration lmatcs oi the Department, intia Thursday From the House met u-til 1030 hen the House met .tiiw. of iiumm wickedness and brutally, can he kept at bay by stirring rhetoric anent the "Angel of that, in short, if we are very good and high minded war will be no more. Mr. Angell proceeds to point out the utter falseness of the assumption The present war is not the product evi! Intention; it was not precipitated jy wicked people and fine emotioii usually start desire to stop some evil or avenge a AUSTRALIA'S! NATIONAL SONG A.' few months' ago the Musical As- sociation of South Wales ottered a of and the Common- TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS South American mediators ccutinued their sessions to- wealth's adoption for the "best day. They were satisfied from tcle- National." Since then the grams received Irom Mexico City last advanced important were The'parade" followed a mass meet- ing in a down town theatre, presided over by Mrs. William Kent; wife of Representative Kent, of California, HEI! at which stirring addresses were made by Miss Caroline Lcxow, field secretary of the Women's Political Union of New Work, Mrs. Donald I-looker, of Baltimore, and Miss Lucy Burns, .Brooklyn vice-chairman ol the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage under: the auspices of which the demonstration was held. There were riianv .novel features in the parade and the marching women were cheered, (the throngs ithat lined Pennsylvania avenue all the way from 'Lafayette Square, op- posite-tile While House, to 'the.capi- t was borne alolt a banner, twenty feet wide, bearing the inscription "We demand the -passage of the Bristow-Mondell resolution." 3 o'clock Emersonian phrase that "all men are midnight that' the Huerta delegates 1 at has 3iad fierce and i would sail today from Vera Cruz to expression.' The composition j Galveston and proceed direct -to Ni- "about "a'of Arthur H. Adams, editor of the! agara falls lor the conference open- The most'Lone Hand, was finally accepted as ing on the 18th. That the Hucrta ov-' the best, and Is now making its way i delegates actually would start today 11 was taken as an indication that the point raised Hucrta as to the observance of the armistice had not led him to the point of withholding eminent power to forbid the export into the hearts of the Australians. It of petroleum from crown lands and runs as to amend the criminal code by mak- ing it a punishable offense to state untruths in advertising matter. The latter bill received its third reading. The former stood over in order that certain suggestions made by the op- position may 'be considered by the government. Late in the evening when Hon: Mr. Burrell, minister of agriculture, took up the estimates for the livestock branch, he made a statement in .re- gard Ipfthe. the department in connection wjfK'the Ihestock in- dustry in tlie 'west. The minister an- nounced that the department propos- ed to encourage farmers to organize j breeders' associations to secure suit- able sites, the department-to pay a portion'of' the cost: tem will be discon- tinued. The minister said the policy oi loaning breeding-stock will be discon- .WILD GAMEJVERY TAME Walerton -Lakes, May big game that .has about ,the lake's oh the low mountains has very" tame. Last week an. elk came within a yards of the cot- tage Superintendent Browa and .was in ar> hurry to depart when dis- covered. Henry Rireriere, chief game guardian for this part -of the Kock- ies, reports that game is very plen- tiful. Last week he saw a herd of 33 deer in one place in the pass. This is th'e result of a verv careful enforce- ment of .the laws regarding the" pro- tection of the wild things of the mountain reserve. tinued, but animals rather than imported slock, -will be sup- plied, as it is not desirable'that .'the department should go into business of importing thoroughbred stock. Dr. Warnock, of Macleod, said that the policy adopted by the depart- Vast the hortiage we hold. League on endless league unrolled, Splashed with sun and wattle-gold, God's demesne, Australia! Great our opportunity, Greater must5 our courage be: For our rare -we hold iu fee God's demesne, Australia.! Sons of those..who won the sea, Of Imperial blood are we; Ours the QOtmtiy of the God's delnesne, Australia! Freedom for our onward [stride! Wide our continent, anujwide Are the, faiths and Jiopes .that guide God'js demesne, Australia! Thbufa seas, Not slothful ease Saali'we shield try liberties, God's demesnerAustralia! Loyal scions'oETJuTTace, Ready to face, We shall die, tat ne'er disgrace God's Very soon you buying "SAL- ADA." Tea in a new Aluminium pack- So light is tils wonderful new a Lady buys chooses it with as much discrimi- nation as she does her gowns and lists. It must be distinctive in must breathe inuii to of stritiiy-high.quality. Corson's Toilet Requisites fill all these requirements, whether in Perfumes, Toilet Waters, Face Creami, or Talcs. They are composed of the most expen- sive carefully compounded by 'slcilleil chemists. Cmoff "IDBAL ORCHID" ami CtitWl "POMANDER" of ttf, Water, Takum IVwJff, etc, are pdrticuUr fovaritn. ported in order to keep j up the high standard. He produced a resolution passed by the Horse Breeders' Association of Alberta recently, respectfully .request- ing the Minister of Agriculture not to send any more eastern stock'into the province because of its inferior quality. Mr. Burrell did not think this rep- resented public opinion in the west because he had received scores of let- ters from people expressing contrary views. The House recessed shortly after midnight. Volcanic Earthquake in Sicily Wipes Out a Dozen Villages on the conference. Prince Albert, F. Betts, former 'speaker of the legislature of the Northwest Territories, died, here this morning. DEPOSITS IN THE LARGEST BANKS The following shows the deposits of the ten largest Canadian banks, and also the deposits -Of 'the ten largest United1 'States hanks. When the wealth, .size and population of the United States is taken into considera- tion the showing made by tbe Cana- dian banks is highly The ten Canadian banks Total Deposits Bant of Commerce...... Bank of Jionireal....... -Royal Bank Dominion Bank. Merchants Imperial. Bank Bank of Nova Scotia..... Union Bank............ Bank of Toronto Bank Brit N. America. CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE The property damage was Very great }h many other villages. .The churches and public buildings i'ere destroyed, and- hundreds of houses fell to the ground. Nevertheless, it waa believed by those in charge of work of rescue that the death list yoiild not be so heavy as at first re- ported. Of Volcanic Origin Cambridge, Mass., May tists at Harvard University said to- day that the Sicilian earthquake was of volcanic origin, as no record of any disturbance during the past twenty- four hours was shown by the univer- sity seismograph. Shocks of a vol- canic .nature, it was explained, sel- dom extend far beyond tee locality In which they originate. In the earthquake and tidal wave at Messina and Calabria, on December 28, official figures gave 'the number of deatha as but it was unofficially estimated that from to people lost their Ivos. The to public nn'd prl- -ate' property amounted to about.: a billion dollars. Tho British Empire ,ook a prominent part in the relief work, and with the placed at ts disposal by British citizens, sail- ors from the British fleet erected a large number iiotuei. j SPECIALS -FOR- TO-NIGHT Home Made Candy, per pound -20C Lethlmdge in a d e Chocolates, per pound.....40C per dozen -25C per dozen -20c Strawberries, 2 bas- kets for .'350 Ice Cream Palace Confectionery COR; 5th 8T. AND 4th AVE; Op lit a Hottl. The ten largest banking institution; in the United States, according to their recent statements, on the basis of gross deposits, are as fol- Total Deposits National City, New Guaranty Trust Coinpany ef New York Continental Commerical National, Chicaso National Bank Com- cerce, New York..... Bankers Trust Company New'Tork Chase National, New York I First National, Chicago.. First National, New York National -Park Bank, New I York j Hanover National, N. T... MR. BRYAN DECLARED A FALSE j 'PROPHET New York Tribune: It is a sad 1 awakening for the great prophet of peace, Mr. Bryan. The subject has been his favorite topic on-the Chau- platform, the recipient of his most glowing rhetoric. Ho now not only finds himself part and parcel a great war, but, held'largely respon- sible and blamed bitterly by friends and enemies alike. No criticism can cut Air. Bryan's sensibilites deeper than the scathing words of Norman Angell. As an in- ternational peace advocate .Mr. Angell has made especially interesting con- tributions to the economic aspects" of the question. He now feels impelled to point out that the type of pacifism which Mr. Bryan ilms represented must always fall and must always do'harm to iilie cause'df peace: Mr. Bryan's method, like that, of so many who proclaim themselves peace- makers, has baen based oni'the as- sumption .that the first, and- last re- quisites for maintenance of peace aro high u'epirrfllons and good Inten- tions; that-these will of fclielr own virtue save the trouble of understand- ing -the facts, obviate the" need for grappling' intellectually with tho pro- blem' that in soino way ti mor- ality can bo made a miustitiite for a knowledge, ot facts, and that 'rhetoric and emotion will in some way get over difficulties :bf practical politics j and human .shortsightness; that war, I being, 10 this "Measured by actual nutritive power, Ilicre is no oilier ration which in economy con compare with Extract i'roni United States DcpU oi' Agriculture bul- letin. QUAKER BREAD 5c per Loaf The best bread in (he city. Be sure, it has the label on. All good Grocers sell it or Phone 1027 or 378. The Baker In tbe last twenty-five years the population of Germany has increased from to The addition of a little turpentine makes stove polish blacker, more durable and more glossy. Nests Should be Dark Hens should be encouraged to lay in the hen house and in dark, and high places, yet 'In houses oa farms there :s not a nest ia the house except a feather barrel or a Bcooped-out place on the ground. They literally lay everywhere. Train them to la; In a saftj place and by keeping them confined until they know about the nest will have a tendency to make them, lay where you want them. Remember tliai unsanitary or damp conditions breed lice and Disinfect the brooder or coop casioually, and dean out the brood- er or coop often and renew the chaff. YOUR SUNDAY ROAST Your Sunday best done on a NcwPfr HKZOjCBSHLiHMMMMMMMM Oil Cook-stove Its steady, even heat prewnrea the rich, natural flavor of the meat And you can regulate the heat jurt you want for baking, broil- ing, kind of cooking. Made with 1, 2, 3 and 4 btimen, nevr stove witk Fite- ieai Cooking Oven. deputmentitorcfc RoyaKt, 03 But fi.mto THE IMPERIAL OIL CO, Limited Call-. Hilifu TheOneDish That Agrees With The Aged CORNFLAKES Get the Original ;